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7 hours ago, Dman979 said:

You did it wrong. :mad: See the OP.

 

Oh. :blush: So sorry. I guess I just jumped to conclusions and assumed what the thread was about, sorry. That probably seemed very rude of me.

I feel like such an idiot now.

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While the not wet water falling fast saving team is doing their best to kill business to the not wet water falling fast and making angry happen again, the single-light thing not wet water falling fast computer blink thing (SPAD) can not find light things. Any light things that reach the light thing finding thing during this short space of time are not added. As the number of light things goes up such that the (important to numbers) time space between light things gets within ten times or so of the not wet water falling fast  saving time, missing numbers become important to numbers and the number adding time begins to leave from a line like relationship with found light number for each thing of time. At this point the SPAD begins to get full. If the number of light things were to go up further, up to the point where the SPAD immediately not wet water falling fast the moment the not wet water falling fast  saving computer thing that goes over and over again makes angry people again, the adding number for each time reaches a top made only by the not wet water falling fast saving time (hundred hundred hundred numbers for each second or more). This can be bad to the SPAD as it will be having not wet water falling fast moving stuff nearly at the same number for each time.

 

The N1 (Russian: Н1, from Ракета-носитель, Raketa-Nositel, carrier)[3] was a super heavy-lift launch vehicle intended to deliver payloads beyond low Earth orbit, acting as the Soviet counterpart to the US Saturn V.[4][5] It was designed with crewed extra-orbital travel in mind. Development work started on the N1 in 1959.[5] Its first stage is the most powerful rocket stage ever built.[6]

The N1-L3 version was developed to compete with the United States Apollo-Saturn V to land a man on the Moon, using the same lunar orbit rendezvous method. The basic N1 launch vehicle had three stages, which was to carry the L3 lunar payload into low Earth orbit with two cosmonauts. The L3 contained an Earth departure stage; another stage used for mid-course corrections, lunar orbit insertion, and powered descent initiation; a single-pilot LK Lander spacecraft; and a two-pilot Soyuz 7K-LOK lunar orbital spacecraft for return to Earth. The Apollo spacecraft was able to carry three astronauts (landing two on the Moon), and did not require the extra two rocket stages.

N1-L3 was underfunded and rushed, starting development in October 1965, almost four years after the Saturn V. The project was badly derailed by the death of its chief designer Sergei Korolev in 1966. Each of the four attempts to launch an N1 failed; during the second launch attempt the N1 rocket crashed back onto its launch pad shortly after liftoff and exploded, resulting in one of the largest artificial non-nuclear explosions in human history. The N1 program was suspended in 1974, and in 1976 was officially canceled. Along with the rest of the Soviet manned lunar programs, the N1 was kept secret almost until the collapse of the Soviet Union in December 1991; information about the N1 was first published in 1989.

 

 

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Just now, Ultimate Steve said:

Oh. :blush: So sorry. I guess I just jumoed t conclusions, sorry that probably seemed very rude of me.

I feel like such an idiot now.

Nah, you're not the first, and you won't be the last. :)

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The N1 (Big Cold Place Talk: Н1, from Ракета-носитель, Raketa-Nositel, carrier)[3] was a very heavy-lift flying space boat pusher to put flying space things beyond low Earth flight, acting as the Big Cold Place's Up Goer Five. It was made with people to ride in it. Making started on the N1 in 1959.[5] Its first stage is the most biggest Up Goer stage ever built.[6]

The N1-L3 version was made to fight with the US Space Team's Up Goer Five to land a man on the Moon, using the same Moon flight meeting idea. The simple N1 lifter had three stages, which was to carry the L3 Moon Lander into low Earth flight with two people. The L3 had an Earth Leaving stage; another stage used for course changing, Moon flying, and starting powered falling ; a single-man LK Lander Flying space boat; and a two-man Soyuz 7K-LOK moon-flying space boat for return to Earth. The Up Goer space boat was able to carry three men (landing two on the Moon), and did not need the extra two Up going stages.N1-L3 didn't have money and rushed, starting making in 10/1965, almost four years after the Up Goer Five. The idea was slowed by the death of its Head Maker Sergei Korolev in 1966. Each of the four tries to shoot an N1 failed; during the second shoot try the N1 Up Goer hit its shooting spot after shooting and BOOMed, having one of the largest man-made not-small-thing-boomer booms in human history. The N1 idea was stopped 1974, and in 1976 was really stopped. Along with the rest of the Big Even Cold Place manned moon ideas, the N1 was kept hidden almost until the end of the Big Even Cold Place in 12/1991; information about the N1 was first written in 1989.

The sanctity of diplomats has long been observed. This sanctity has come to be known as diplomatic immunity. While there have been a number of cases where diplomats have been killed, this is normally viewed as a great breach of honour. Genghis Khan and the Mongols were well known for strongly insisting on the rights of diplomats, and they would often wreak horrific vengeance against any state that violated these rights.

Diplomatic rights were established in the mid-17th century in Europe and have spread throughout the world. These rights were formalized by the 1961 Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations, which protects diplomats from being persecuted or prosecuted while on a diplomatic mission. If a diplomat does commit a serious crime while in a host country he may be declared as persona non grata (unwanted person). Such diplomats are then often tried for the crime in their homeland.

Diplomatic communications are also viewed as sacrosanct, and diplomats have long been allowed to carry documents across borders without being searched. The mechanism for this is the so-called "diplomatic bag" (or, in some countries, the "diplomatic pouch"). While radio and digital communication have become more standard for embassies, diplomatic pouches are still quite common and some countries, including the United States, declare entire shipping containers as diplomatic pouches to bring sensitive material (often building supplies) into a country.

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Being nice to people trying to calm other people down has been done for a long time. Being nice to them has started to be known as nice people not dying. While there have been several cases where nice people have been killed, killing nice people is usually thought to be a bad thing to do. Not nice person from Far Right side of the world and his people were known for wanting to not kill nice people, and would kill not nice people from places that did not agree with him.

 

Nice people rights were made a long time ago in near left of world, where there were white people and these ideas of being nice have gone across the world. They were made real at the 1961 meeting of nice people talking to each other, which keeps good people from having to go to a big room and then to sad place with bars for a long time. If a good person does something bad in a big place that they are in, they can be called a person who we don't want. These good people often have to go to the big room with people wearing black clothes and listen to them talk about them.

 

Good people talking to each other is often seen as being very important to make a big deal about, and good people can carry papers across lines between big places without them being looked at. The way they do this is the "good person bag" (or in some big places, the "good person little bag"). Talking through waves in air and with not real things has become more used for good people houses, good people bags are still used, and some big places, like the US, call whole big boxes good person bags to bring things (like stuff to build things) into a big place.

Phobos (systematic designation: Mars I) is the innermost and larger of the two natural satellites of Mars,[3] the other being Deimos. Both moons were discovered in 1877 by American astronomer Asaph Hall.

Phobos is a small, irregularly shaped object with a mean radius of 11 km (7 mi),[1] and is seven times larger than the outer moon, Deimos. Phobos is named after the Greek god Phobos, a son of Ares (Mars) and Aphrodite(Venus), and is the personification of horror. The name "Phobos" is pronounced /ˈfoʊbəs/ foh-bəs or /ˈfoʊbɒs/ foh-bos,[4] or like the Greek Φόβος.

Phobos orbits 6,000 km (3,700 mi) from the Martian surface, closer to its primary body than any other known planetary moon. It is indeed so close that it orbits Mars much faster than Mars rotates, and completes an orbit in just 7 hours and 39 minutes. As a result, from the surface of Mars it appears to rise in the west, move across the sky in 4 hours and 15 minutes or less, and set in the east, twice each Martian day.

Phobos is one of the least reflective bodies in the Solar System, with an albedo of just 0.071. Surface temperatures range from about −4 °C (25 °F) on the sunlit side to −112 °C (−170 °F) on the shadowed side.[5] The defining surface feature is the large impact crater, Stickney, which takes up a substantial proportion of the moon's surface.

Images and models indicate that Phobos may be a rubble pile held together by a thin crust, and that it is being torn apart by tidalinteractions.[6] Phobos gets closer to Mars by about 2 meters every one hundred years, and it is predicted that within 30 to 50 million years it will either collide with the planet, or break up into a planetary ring.[5]

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Bigger Red Planet Space Potato is the closest to Red Earth and the largest of the Red Earth Potatoes. They were both discovered a long time ago by an American space nerd.

It is a small, weirdly shaped thing with a length around it being 11 not miles, 7 times larger than the other Potato. It is named after a kid in a very big story, being the kid of Red Earth and Yellow Earth. It is said in a very specific way.

Its space path is 6000 not-miles from Red Earth's surface, closer than any other space rocks flying around bigger space rocks. It is so close it goes around Red Earth faster than Red Earth can spin and completes a full space path in 7:15 or less and sets to the left twice in a Red Earth day.

Big Red Earth Potato is one of the least shiniest things in our space thingy group with a shiny rating of less than one. Hotness can range from below cold on the day side and even more below cold in the might side. The most important part of it is its big hole which takes up a lot of its surface.

Images and models show that it is a pile of rubble held together by a crust that is being torn apart. It gets closer to Red Earth 2 not-feet every one hundred years, nerds think in 30-to 50 million years it will crash or become a ring.

Amtrak's Pacific Surfliner is the successor to Southern Pacific's Coast Daylight. The train is the third busiest route in the railroad, and the busiest outside of the Northeast Corridor. The consist often consists of EMD F59 PHI leading it, double-decker Superliner based cars (Surfliners) having a business class, one coach/cafe, 3 more coaches, and a coach/baggage/cab car trailing the train to allow easy traveling in the opposite direction once the train reaches its southern terminus of San Diego at Santa Fe Depot. It connects to LA's Union Station, usually to drop off transferring passengers (to head even farther north than its northernmost terminus), passengers for LA, or to pick up passengers heading southbound. It uses tracks owned by UP, BNSF, SCRRA, and NCTD. High demand often has it taking on normal Superliner cars, singe level Amfleets and Horizons, and even NPCU F40PHs, not to mention P42DCs. The dedicated fleet of F59s are planned to be replaced by Siemens Chargers, the rolling stock to be temporarily replaced by Talgo trainsets on lease, similar to the ones used on Amtrak's Cascades.

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Bad train big car is the thing that comes after to water side sun light. The train is the third busiest track road in the track road, and the busiest outside of the cold way line. The rolling stuff road often has big rolling things leading it, two story big line cars having a business class, one bad class, 3 more bad class, and a bad class/stuff/driving place car trailing the train to allow easy stuff carrying in the other way once the train reaches its warm side turn around place of. It goes to to, usually to drop off moving people going places (to head even farther cold place than its coldest place turn), people for LA, or to pick up people going places heading warmer places. lots of often has it taking on normal big cars, single floor and, and even. The moving connected cars are planned to have their job done by other things, the rolling stuff to have their job done by rented rolling cars, like to the ones used on big fall.

 

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Park Geun-hye is a South Korean politician who served as the 11th President of South Korea, from 2013 to 2017.

Park — the first woman to be elected as President of South Korea— served the 18th presidential term. She was the first female president popularly elected as head of state in East Asia.

Prior to her presidency, Park was the chairwoman of the conservative Grand National Party from 2004 to 2006 and from 2011 to 2012. (The GNP changed its name to the "Saenuri Party" in February 2012.) She was also a member of the National Assembly, serving four complete consecutive parliamentary terms as a constituency representative between 1998 and 2012. She started her fifth term as a proportional representative in June 2012. Her father, Park Chung-hee, was the third President of South Korea from 1963 to 1979 after he seized power in 1961.

In 2013 and 2014, Park was ranked 11th on the Forbes list of the world's 100 most powerful women and the most powerful woman in East Asia. In 2014, she was ranked 46th on the Forbes list of the world's most powerful people, the third-highest South Korean on the list after Lee Kun-hee and Lee Jae-yong.

On 9 December 2016, Park was impeached by the National Assembly on charges related to influence peddling by a top aide.  Her presidential powers and duties were suspended with the ratification of the impeachment proposal, and Prime Minister Hwang Kyo-ahn assumed those powers and duties as Acting President. The impeachment was upheld by the Constitutional Court on 10 March 2017, ending Park's presidency and forcing her out of office.

 

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On 3/20/2017 at 10:55 PM, Rath said:

Lots of little words and some big ones.

 

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Park Geun-hye is a South Korean politician who served as the 11th President of South Korea, from 2013 to 2017.

Park — the first woman to be elected as President of South Korea— served the 18th presidential term. She was the first female president popularly elected as head of state in East Asia.

Prior to her presidency, Park was the chairwoman of the conservative Grand National Party from 2004 to 2006 and from 2011 to 2012. (The GNP changed its name to the "Saenuri Party" in February 2012.) She was also a member of the National Assembly, serving four complete consecutive parliamentary terms as a constituency representative between 1998 and 2012. She started her fifth term as a proportional representative in June 2012. Her father, Park Chung-hee, was the third President of South Korea from 1963 to 1979 after he seized power in 1961.

In 2013 and 2014, Park was ranked 11th on the Forbes list of the world's 100 most powerful women and the most powerful woman in East Asia. In 2014, she was ranked 46th on the Forbes list of the world's most powerful people, the third-highest South Korean on the list after Lee Kun-hee and Lee Jae-yong.

On 9 December 2016, Park was impeached by the National Assembly on charges related to influence peddling by a top aide.  Her presidential powers and duties were suspended with the ratification of the impeachment proposal, and Prime Minister Hwang Kyo-ahn assumed those powers and duties as Acting President. The impeachment was upheld by the Constitutional Court on 10 March 2017, ending Park's presidency and forcing her out of office.

 

There is a lady from the land that has been in two parts for five times ten years. She has been big woman of that land for five years, and is the first big woman of the land in two parts, and also in all of the really big land across from the five times ten small lands in one. 

Ten times seven days ago, a lot of people in the land in two parts decided that they didn't like their big woman any more and wanted her to stop. This is because some of her helpers didn't play by the rules of her land. The people walked around and said things like "we don't like her" and "she doesn't play by the rules". The not-so-big-but-still-kind-of-big people in the land in two parts decided that they Also didn't want her as big woman anymore. A little more than ten days ago, they made her not big woman any more, and are looking for a new big person.

 

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We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.

I like writing like this very much. It makes me happy.

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@Servo I can do better.

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The Forty Second Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, also known as the the 13th Pennsylvania Reserve Regiment, 1st Pennsylvania Rifles, Kane's Rifles, or simply the "Bucktails," was a volunteer infantry regiment that served in the Union Army during the American Civil War. It was a part of the famed Pennsylvania Reserve division in the Army of the Potomac for much of the early and middle parts of the war, and served in the Eastern Theater in a number of important battles, including Antietam, Fredericksburg, and Gettysburg.

The regiment first formed in April 1861, when Thomas L. Kane sought permission to raise a company of riflemen from among the hardy woodsmen of McKean County. Each man who came to the regiment's rendezvous point wore civilian clothes and a buck's tail in his hat-a symbol of his marksmanship.

Indeed, the marksman test for joining the unit was unique at this early stage of the war. Most volunteers who joined the Union army did not have much proficiency with a weapon, let alone the newfangled rifled-muskets first introduced in the 1850s. The "Rifles" designation was a holdover from the days when soldiers who carried rifled weapons were a special outfit, and the Bucktails carried breech-loading Model 1859 Sharps Rifles, normally only issued to sharpshooters.

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Ok, could someone please tell me what the subject of this thread actually is?

 

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You post a difficult topic, and then the next poster answers it in really simple language and posts their own difficult topic.

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46 minutes ago, Dman979 said:

@Servo I can do better.

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constitution1.jpg

The Forty Second Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, also known as the the 13th Pennsylvania Reserve Regiment, 1st Pennsylvania Rifles, Kane's Rifles, or simply the "Bucktails," was a volunteer infantry regiment that served in the Union Army during the American Civil War. It was a part of the famed Pennsylvania Reserve division in the Army of the Potomac for much of the early and middle parts of the war, and served in the Eastern Theater in a number of important battles, including Antietam, Fredericksburg, and Gettysburg.

The regiment first formed in April 1861, when Thomas L. Kane sought permission to raise a company of riflemen from among the hardy woodsmen of McKean County. Each man who came to the regiment's rendezvous point wore civilian clothes and a buck's tail in his hat-a symbol of his marksmanship.

Indeed, the marksman test for joining the unit was unique at this early stage of the war. Most volunteers who joined the Union army did not have much proficiency with a weapon, let alone the newfangled rifled-muskets first introduced in the 1850s. The "Rifles" designation was a holdover from the days when soldiers who carried rifled weapons were a special outfit, and the Bucktails carried breech-loading Model 1859 Sharps Rifles, normally only issued to sharpshooters.

I do love Thing Explainer, but I forgot that it was in there.

42 minutes ago, Benjamin Kerman said:

FTFY: You put something on the computer talk space and the next person says what is is using only the ten hundred words we use most.

A group of people from a state that sounds like "pen" were also called the brown horned animal tails, and fought in the north angry people group in the fight between north and south. They fought in the pen state and the angry people group of the water road that the most important city is on. They fought on the day that a lot of people died and on the four days that even more people died.

The angry people group first met when a person told a lot of people that could shoot well to come fight with him. They all wore normal clothes and a brown horned animal tail on their hat.

The people had a special person-killer that was not like the other that the people in the north used. You stuck the person-killer ball in the back end instead of the front end, something that not a lot of person-killers did.

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The FitnessGram Pacer Test is a multistage aerobic capacity test that progressively gets more difficult as it continues. The 20 meter pacer test will begin in 30 seconds. Line up at the start. The running speed starts slowly but gets faster each minute after you hear this signal bodeboop. A sing lap should be completed every time you hear this sound. ding Remember to run in a straight line and run as long as possible. The second time you fail to complete a lap before the sound, your test is over. The test will begin on the word start. On your mark. Get ready!… Start. ding

 

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